Allison Bledsoe, Author at Ksst Radio
15 Money Tips For College Students By Johanna Hicks
May26

15 Money Tips For College Students By Johanna Hicks

15 MONEY TIPS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS High school graduation has taken place, or will soon, for most high schools.  Many graduates will be embarking on a totally new adventure called college.  For many families, money is tight, and the cost of higher education can be frightening.  However, if we equip our youth with some money management tools, they will be able to handle most challenges.  Experts agree that careful planning and wise...

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Corner Grub House Ribbon Cutting
May24

Corner Grub House Ribbon Cutting

Corner Grub House held their Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday afternoon at 2 PM. The downtown restaurant is located on the corner of Gilmer and Connally Street.  Mike and Amanda Story own the new restaurant, their daughter Kaley was present to represent their family. The restaurant is open Monday-Thursday from 11 AM to 9 PM and Friday and Saturday from 11 AM to 10 PM. Share...

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Inmate Trustee Farm Produce Stand
May24

Inmate Trustee Farm Produce Stand

The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office has began selling produce from the Trustee Farm. During a Saturday night interview, Sheriff Lewis Tatum explained that they will be selling any excess squash, zucchini, okra, and tomatoes that they grow for that week. In addition to a stand at Celebration Market, the Sheriff’s Office has constructed a produce stand across from the Hopkins County Jail. A box with prices will be left to...

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Meet the 2017 Dairy Festival Contestants!
May22

Meet the 2017 Dairy Festival Contestants!

Seven ladies from Hopkins County will be competing for the title of 2017 Dairy Festival Queen this June! Upon entry the ladies filled out questionnaires about themselves to let us know a little more about them. Starting with 2016 Dairy Festival Queen, Sadie Evans is the daughter of Jason and Angie Evans. She is a senior at Sulphur Springs High School and will be attending Belmont University in the fall to pursue a degree in Music and...

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Know Your Native Plants By Mario Villarino
May19

Know Your Native Plants By Mario Villarino

Know your native plants: Queen Anne’s Lace or wild carrot It is hard to miss the abundance of flowering Queen Anne’s Laces in Northeast Texas at this time of the year. If for some reason you have not notice yet, pay attention in the south side of Sulphur Springs (Highway 154 south and highway 11) and you might notice road ditches covered with it. According to the University of Arkansas –Extension horticulturist (retired) Gerlad...

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High School Graduation is Upon Us! By Johanna Hicks
May19

High School Graduation is Upon Us! By Johanna Hicks

High School Graduation is Upon Us! School is winding down for the year, and for many, this will be the end of familiarity and the beginning of the unknown.  High school seniors are the “big men on campus”, and then all of a sudden, they become freshmen again, thrust into new surroundings and the unknown.  Temptations and radical thinking will bombard these young people.  As a parent, I encourage you to stay true to your belief system...

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This Memorial Day, Don’t Become a Memory! By Johanna Hicks
May12

This Memorial Day, Don’t Become a Memory! By Johanna Hicks

This Memorial Day, Don’t Become a Memory! As my husband and I watch the evening news each night, we are troubled by the number of auto and/or truck accidents that are caused by intoxication.  With Memorial Day rapidly approaching, people will be on the move on our highways, and the risk is heightened.  Memorial Day weekend, 2015, saw 17 Texas motorists lose their lives on our roadways due to alcohol and/or drug impairment.  All of...

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Domino’s Pizza Gets New Look
May09

Domino’s Pizza Gets New Look

Domino’s Pizza in Sulphur Springs was in the process of getting a new sign on Tuesday afternoon. The store on S Broadway is located adjacent to the newly built Starbucks and soon-to-be Taco Bueno. The sign reflects the newer logo used by Domino’s. Share...

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Post Office Food Drive This Saturday, May 13th
May09

Post Office Food Drive This Saturday, May 13th

On Saturday, May 13th, 2017, the Post Office will be holding a food drive! They are asking people to leave nonperishable food items in or by their mailboxes. As mail is delivered, drivers will pick up donations and bring them back to the Post Office. From there, it will be weighed and distrubuted to area churches, food pantries, or food ministries! Share...

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Saltillo Graduating Class of 2017
May09

Saltillo Graduating Class of 2017

Clayton Matthew Wilson Dakota Glenn Patridge Adam Michael Valenzula Rainie Lynn English Melissa Monike Groenewold Logan Wayne Camp Kasey ShyAnne Sanders Destiny Rachelle Welch Daniel Luke Saxon Ana Margarita Gallegos BreAnna Madison Reynolds Brenda Guadalupe Castro Brianna Maria Harvick Caitlin Michelle Shelby Charles Dalton Smith Cindia Selena Hernandez Share...

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